WAZER provides several common hand tools in the tool case. They enable you to have a quick start on the post processing of materials. If you would like to learn more about other readily available hand tools in a workshop, please check out this page
Common Hand Tools Instruction
Common Power Tools Instruction
With the help of electricity and compressed air, most of the manual post processing can be done with much less effort. If you have the some power tools in your shop, please check out this page for some tip and tricks in how to use them.
Post Processing on Metals
Metal is the most common material in WAZER cutting. However, different metal responded differently under water stream, thus the post processing methods are varied. Check out the collection of metal parts post-processing technique in this page.
Post Processing on Stones and Glass
A huge portion of WAZER users are glass and masonry artists. They contribute a lot by sharing their insight in cutting and post-processing these hard and brittle materials. If you would like to take try in glass and stones art works, please check the finishing articles here.
Post Processing on Composite Materials and Wood
With the rise of composite materials in manufacturing industry, comes the need to accurately cut and post-process them. That is why more and more companies choose WAZER as a quick prototyping tool. Check out this section for the post-processing techniques on composite materials and wood, which in many ways behaves similarly.